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I quit last night again!!!


12 years ago 0 deb48 567 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
Welcome back, lady! We are here to help you along the road to freedom. Reach and grab our hands when you need help. We are here. Just remember NOPE!!
 
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Deb

My Mileage:

My Quit Date: 3/1/2008
Smoke-Free Days: 785
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 31,400
Amount Saved: $7,065.00
Life Gained:
Days: 92 Hrs: 3 Mins: 35 Seconds: 48

12 years ago 0 MissMarple 597 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
Glad you are quitting again. Stay strong! 
My Mileage:

My Quit Date: 1/1/2010
Smoke-Free Days: 114
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 4,560
Amount Saved: $1,140.00
Life Gained:
Days: 13 Hrs: 0 Mins: 50 Seconds: 6

  • Quit Meter

    $45,250.00

    Amount Saved

  • Quit Meter

    Days: 600 Hours: 13

    Minutes: 8 Seconds: 51

    Life Gained

  • Quit Meter

    4525

    Smoke Free Days

  • Quit Meter

    181,000

    Cigarettes Not Smoked

12 years ago 0 breather 816 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
Lady  Listen to what the doctors say. They see the end result every day. Go through the withdrawal and welcome the healing. You will succeed in your own time. At 8 months there was nothing physical about it only a head game. Like Rock said you may need a hand to get back up on the wagon. You're the most important person here. Good for you. breather
My Mileage:

My Quit Date: 11/11/2008
Smoke-Free Days: 530
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 26,500
Amount Saved: $12,720.00
Life Gained:
Days: 96 Hrs: 18 Mins: 17 Seconds: 0

12 years ago 0 Rock 1843 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
Lady, welcome back!  Grab one of our hands if you need some help!  You can do this, one day at a time!
My Mileage:

My Quit Date: 8/20/2008
Smoke-Free Days: 613
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 24,520
Amount Saved: $6,130.00
Life Gained:
Days: 94 Hrs: 10 Mins: 6 Seconds: 52

12 years ago 0 steelroots 109 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
Welcome back - Today is my 14th day and I have quit numerous times before.
Thinking positively is good, keep telling yourself that if you did it before you can do it again.  One Day At A Time!
12 years ago 0 bgaineshunter 1904 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
Stay close to the board, Lady. Let us help you.
My Mileage:

My Quit Date: 5/1/2009
Smoke-Free Days: 358
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 10,024
Amount Saved: $4,260.20
Life Gained:
Days: 40 Hrs: 8 Mins: 5 Seconds: 10

12 years ago 0 Todash 984 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
There you go Lady, that second opinion has underlined what your first doc said.  It's a tough slog but you've done it for a time, now just remember what happened that caused you to go back and make sure it doesn't happen again!  You're back and that's the important thing, now stick to it and take with you the support of this great group at the SSC.
 
Wishing you well.
 
x T


My Mileage:

My Quit Date: 1/1/2007
Smoke-Free Days: 1209
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 27,807
Amount Saved: �7,646.93
Life Gained:
Days: 107 Hrs: 21 Mins: 36 Seconds: 8

Hi Ladyisnicotinefree,
 
Welcome back to the online support community and congratulations on making this decision. Be sure to use what you have learned from your previous quit attempts to help make this one stick.  Work through the program, read through the forums and post often! We are all here rooting for you!
 
 

Samantha, Health Educator
Hello fellow quitters, I am back again after smoking since March 1st. But, I smoked my last ciggarette at 11:37pm last night and I mean to stay quit one day at a time. I had stopped coming to this forum and I know that it is important for me to stay focused and involved. I got told Tuesday that I needed to quit my right eye was hemorraging around my focal point and fluid was building up but, the doctor asked about smoking and he proceeded to suggest i quit smoking. Well, this is the second doctor for different reasons to tell me to quit so, I have to I did this before for eight months so I know that it is a possibility this life with out ciggarettes. So, again any replies I would greatly appreciate, suggesstions are welcome. Thanks for being here for me
My Mileage:

My Quit Date: 4/23/2010
Smoke-Free Days: 1
Cigarettes Not Smoked: 30
Amount Saved: $7.50
Life Gained:
Days: 0 Hrs: 4 Mins: 0 Seconds: 13

  • Quit Meter

    $32,632.50

    Amount Saved

  • Quit Meter

    Days: 575 Hours: 16

    Minutes: 36 Seconds: 58

    Life Gained

  • Quit Meter

    4351

    Smoke Free Days

  • Quit Meter

    130,530

    Cigarettes Not Smoked


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